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Daily Oral Language Review Daily You need to be able to explain why a word is changed in every sentence.

Day 1 - Daily Oral Language 1. a. her’s was the most clearest essay

Day 1 - Daily Oral Language 1. a. her’s was the most clearest essay of all. b. which of the two actors were best for the role

Day 1 – *Correct Answers 1. a. her’s was the most clearest essay of

Day 1 – *Correct Answers 1. a. her’s was the most clearest essay of all. *Hers was the clearest essay of all. b. which of the two actors were best for the role *Which of the two actors was better for the role?

Day 2 - Daily Oral Language 2. a. john F. Kennedy ask robert Frost

Day 2 - Daily Oral Language 2. a. john F. Kennedy ask robert Frost a popular poet to participate in the presidential inauguration ceramony b. in a poem that rimes the repeated sounds ofen occurs at the ends of the lines

Day 2 - *Correct Answers 2. a. john F. Kennedy ask robert Frost a

Day 2 - *Correct Answers 2. a. john F. Kennedy ask robert Frost a popular poet to participate in the presidential inauguration ceramony *John F. Kennedy asked Robert Frost, a popular poet, to participate in the presidential inauguration ceremony. b. in a poem that rimes the repeated sounds ofen occurs at the ends of the lines *In a poem that rhymes, the repeated sounds often occur at the ends of the lines.

Day 3 - Daily Oral Language 3. a. please anser the door marguerite her

Day 3 - Daily Oral Language 3. a. please anser the door marguerite her Granmother requested b. do you think wondered Mrs Flowers that marguerite would speak if i asked her to read out loud

Day 3 - *Correct Answers 3. a. please anser the door marguerite her Granmother

Day 3 - *Correct Answers 3. a. please anser the door marguerite her Granmother requested *“Please answer the door, Marguerite, ” her grandmother requested. b. do you think wondered Mrs Flowers that marguerite would speak if i asked her to read out loud “Do you think, ” wondered Mrs. Flowers, “that Marguerite would speak if I asked her to read out loud? ”

Day 4 - Daily Oral Language 4. a. its wonderfull to feel liked and

Day 4 - Daily Oral Language 4. a. its wonderfull to feel liked and appreciated by someone whose importent to you b. im sure that maya angelou autobiographical story is about a young girl who’s name is marguerite

Day 4 - *Correct Answers 4. a. its wonderfull to feel liked and appreciated

Day 4 - *Correct Answers 4. a. its wonderfull to feel liked and appreciated by someone whose importent to you *It’s wonderful to feel liked and appreciated by someone who’s important to you. b. im sure that maya angelous autobigraphical story is about a young girl who’s name is marguerite *I’m sure that Maya Angelou’s autobiographical story is about a young girl whose name is Marguerite.

Day 5 - Daily Oral Language 5. a. alfonso would of use his own

Day 5 - Daily Oral Language 5. a. alfonso would of use his own bike if its chane hadnt broke b. because alfonsos brother had lent him a bike alfonso gone on his date afterall

Day 5 - Answers 5. a. alfonso would of use his own bike if

Day 5 - Answers 5. a. alfonso would of use his own bike if its chane hadnt broke Alfonso would have used his own bike if its chain hadn’t broken. b. because alfonsos brother had lent him a bike alfonso gone on his date afterall Because Alfonso’s brother had lent him a bike, Alfonso went on his first date after all.

Day 6 - Daily Oral Language 6. a. toni cade Bambara trys to make

Day 6 - Daily Oral Language 6. a. toni cade Bambara trys to make her character’s realistick b. many writers base thier storys on things that happenn to them in real live

Day 6 - *Answers 6. a. toni cade Bambara trys to make her character’s

Day 6 - *Answers 6. a. toni cade Bambara trys to make her character’s realistick *Toni Cade Bambara tries to make her characters realistic. b. many writers base thier storys on things that happenn to them in real live Many writers base their stories on things that happen to them in real life.

Day 7 - Daily Oral Language 7. a. no Charlie didnt know nothing about

Day 7 - Daily Oral Language 7. a. no Charlie didnt know nothing about those psychologicle test b. as charlies wellth increased he learn some hard lesson about people

Day 7 - *Answers 7. a. no Charlie didnt know nothing about those psychologicle

Day 7 - *Answers 7. a. no Charlie didnt know nothing about those psychologicle test * No, Charlie didn’t know anything about those psycological tests. b. as charlies wellth increased he learn some hard lesson about people * As Charlie’s wealth increased, he learned some hard lessons about people.

Day 8 - Daily Oral Language 8. a. do you think gary new that

Day 8 - Daily Oral Language 8. a. do you think gary new that his friends was laffing at him our english teacher inquiried b. the factry worker’s werent awear of pauls opperation

Day 8 - *Answers 8. a. do you think gary new that his friends

Day 8 - *Answers 8. a. do you think gary new that his friends was laffing at him our english teacher inquiried “Do you think Gary knew that his friends were laughing at him? ” our English teacher inquired. b. the factry worker’s werent awear of pauls operation The factory workers weren’t aware of Paul’s operation.

Day 9 - Daily Oral Language 9 a. them shoes dont fit him but

Day 9 - Daily Oral Language 9 a. them shoes dont fit him but he wears them any way b. charlie finish the long complicated book all by hisself

Day 9 - *Answers 9 a. them shoes dont fit him but he wears

Day 9 - *Answers 9 a. them shoes dont fit him but he wears them any way * Those shoes don’t fit him, but he wears them anyway. b. charlie finish the long complicated book all by hisself * Charlie finished the long, complicated book all by himself.

Day 10 - *Answers 10 a. him dont go nowhere without his sister b.

Day 10 - *Answers 10 a. him dont go nowhere without his sister b. susan never do nothing her dont want to do

Day 10 - Daily Oral Language 10 a. him dont go nowhere without his

Day 10 - Daily Oral Language 10 a. him dont go nowhere without his sister He doesn’t go anywhere without his sister. b. susan never do nothing her dont want to do Susan never does anything she doesn’t want to do.

Day 11 - Daily Oral Language 11 a. greg heared somebody or something moving

Day 11 - Daily Oral Language 11 a. greg heared somebody or something moving inside of the abandonned building b. him and lemon brown hided from the thugs

Day 11 - *Answers 11 a. greg heared somebody or something moving inside of

Day 11 - *Answers 11 a. greg heared somebody or something moving inside of the abandonned building *Greg heard somebody or something moving inside the abandoned building. b. him and lemon brown hided from the thugs *He and Lemon Brown hid from the thugs.

Day 12 - Daily Oral Language 12 a. its true that math wasnt one

Day 12 - Daily Oral Language 12 a. its true that math wasnt one of his favorite subject b. lightening litted up the new york nite

Day 12 - *Answers 12 a. its true that math wasnt one of his

Day 12 - *Answers 12 a. its true that math wasnt one of his favorite subject *It’s true that math wasn’t one of his favorite subjects. b. lightening litted up the new york nite *Lightning lit up the New York night.

Day 13 - Daily Oral Language 13 a. walter dean myers who writes novels

Day 13 - Daily Oral Language 13 a. walter dean myers who writes novels and short stories believes that television isnt a good influence on kids b. nobody wouldn’t want to steel his old newspaper articals melissa said

Day 13 - *Answers 13 a. walter dean myers who writes novels and short

Day 13 - *Answers 13 a. walter dean myers who writes novels and short stories believes that television isnt a good influence on kids *Walter Dean Myers, who writes novels and short stories, believes that television isn’t a good influence on kids. b. nobody wouldn’t want to steel his old newspaper articals melissa said “Nobody would want to steal his old newspaper articles, ” Melissa said.

Day 14 - Daily Oral Language 14 a. our guide lead my sister and

Day 14 - Daily Oral Language 14 a. our guide lead my sister and i to the town where edna st vincent millay is born b. leroy V quintanas grandfather possessed wisdom a quality that can’t be teached in college

Day 14 - *Answers 14 a. our guide lead my sister and i to

Day 14 - *Answers 14 a. our guide lead my sister and i to the town where edna st vincent millay is born *Our guide led my sister and me to the town where Edna St. Vincent Millay was born. b. leroy V quintanas grandfather possessed wisdom a quality that can’t be teached in college *Leroy V. Quintana’s grandfather possessed wisdom, a quality that can’t be taught in college.

Day 15 - Daily Oral Language 15 a. can courage be past from one

Day 15 - Daily Oral Language 15 a. can courage be past from one generation to another b. millay beleives that material treasures are worth alot less then youd think

Day 15 - *Answers 15 a. can courage be past from one generation to

Day 15 - *Answers 15 a. can courage be past from one generation to another Can courage be passed from one generation to another? b. millay beleives that material treasures are worth alot less then youd think Millay believes that material treasures are worth a lot less than you’d think.

Day 16 - Daily Oral Language 16 a. niether english or spanish are hard

Day 16 - Daily Oral Language 16 a. niether english or spanish are hard if its your native tonge b. every language have their own rithim

Day 16 - *Answers 16 a. niether english or spanish are hard if its

Day 16 - *Answers 16 a. niether english or spanish are hard if its your native tonge *Neither English nor Spanish is hard if it’s your native tongue. b. every language have their own rithim *Every language has its own rhythm.

Day 17 - Daily Oral Language 17 a. there wasnt nothing boring about the

Day 17 - Daily Oral Language 17 a. there wasnt nothing boring about the tails grandpa told b. the childrens sioux Great-Grandpa feel that theres a rite time for everything

Day 17 - *Answers 17 a. there wasnt nothing boring about the tails grandpa

Day 17 - *Answers 17 a. there wasnt nothing boring about the tails grandpa told *There wasn’t anything boring about the tales Grandpa told. b. the childrens sioux Great-Grandpa feel that theres a rite time for everything The children’s Sioux great-grandpa feels that there’s a right time for everything.

Day 18 - Daily Oral Language 18 a. the sacred medicine bag had belonged

Day 18 - Daily Oral Language 18 a. the sacred medicine bag had belonged to Joes father so it must of ben quiet old b. take grandma back here from taiwan her mother said

Day 18 - *Answers 18 a. the sacred medicine bag had belonged to Joes

Day 18 - *Answers 18 a. the sacred medicine bag had belonged to Joes father so it must of ben quiet old *The sacred medicine bag had belonged to Joe’s father, so it must have been quite old. b. take grandma back here from taiwan her mother said “Bring Grandma back here from Taiwan, ” her mother said.

Day 19 - Daily Oral Language 19. a. he growed a moustache to make

Day 19 - Daily Oral Language 19. a. he growed a moustache to make hisself look older and he succeded too good b. that visit wasnt the bestest time mike had ever had

Day 19 - *Answers 19. a. he growed a moustache to make hisself look

Day 19 - *Answers 19. a. he growed a moustache to make hisself look older and he succeded too good *He grew a moustache to make himself look older, and he succeeded too well. b. that visit wasnt the bestest time mike had ever had *That visit wasn’t the best time Mike had ever had.

Day 20 - Daily Oral Language 20. a. was mike right in excepting his

Day 20 - Daily Oral Language 20. a. was mike right in excepting his Grandmothers apology b. wheres the story set at

Day 20 - *Answers 20. a. was mike right in excepting his Grandmothers apology

Day 20 - *Answers 20. a. was mike right in excepting his Grandmothers apology *Was Mike right in accepting his grandmother’s apology? b. wheres the story set at Where’s the story set?

Day 21 - Daily Oral Language 21. a. dave had went to the City

Day 21 - Daily Oral Language 21. a. dave had went to the City of Bath from london b. he reconized the names of old freinds

Day 21 - *Answers 21. a. dave had went to the City of Bath

Day 21 - *Answers 21. a. dave had went to the City of Bath from london Dave had gone to the city of Bath from London. b. he reconized the names of old freinds He recognized the names of old friends.

Day 22 - Daily Oral Language 22. a. 17 isn’t to young an age

Day 22 - Daily Oral Language 22. a. 17 isn’t to young an age too get a job b. he piered threw the window of the resterant

Day 22 - *Answers 22. a. 17 isn’t to young an age too get

Day 22 - *Answers 22. a. 17 isn’t to young an age too get a job *Seventeen isn’t too young an age to get a job. b. he piered threw the window of the resterant *He peered through the window of the restaurant.

Day 23 - Daily Oral Language 23. a. hair combing being a gift woman

Day 23 - Daily Oral Language 23. a. hair combing being a gift woman in her family given each other

Day 23 - *Answers 23. a. hair combing being a gift woman in her

Day 23 - *Answers 23. a. hair combing being a gift woman in her family given each other *Hair combing is a gift women in her family give each other.

Day 24 - Daily Oral Language 24. a. dreadful nervous, the narrater in the

Day 24 - Daily Oral Language 24. a. dreadful nervous, the narrater in the “Tell-Tale heart” heard sounds that others couldn’t hear b. he moved slow and cautious into that there room

Day 24 – *Answers 24. a. dreadful nervous, the narrater in the “Tell-Tale heart”

Day 24 – *Answers 24. a. dreadful nervous, the narrater in the “Tell-Tale heart” heard sounds that others couldn’t hear *Dreadfully nervous, the narrator in “The Tell-Tale Heart” heard sounds that others couldn’t hear. b. he moved slow and cautious into that there room He moved slowly and cautiously into that room.

Day 25 - Daily Oral Language 25. a. edgar allan poe the famous poet

Day 25 - Daily Oral Language 25. a. edgar allan poe the famous poet and short-story writer was not payed good for his work b. the suspensefull plot builded to a sattisfying climax

Day 25 - *Answers 25. a. edgar allan poe the famous poet and short-story

Day 25 - *Answers 25. a. edgar allan poe the famous poet and short-story writer was not payed good for his work * Edgar Allan Poe, the famous poet and short-story writer, was not paid well for his work. b. the suspensefull plot builded to a sattisfying climax *The suspenseful plot built to a satisfying climax.

Day 26 - Daily Oral Language 26. a. do ray bradbury’s story make a

Day 26 - Daily Oral Language 26. a. do ray bradbury’s story make a statement onto today’s society b. sceince fiction writers offen set storys on the future and in other planets

Day 26 - Daily Oral Language 26. a. do ray bradbury’s story make a

Day 26 - Daily Oral Language 26. a. do ray bradbury’s story make a statement onto today’s society * Does Ray Bradbury’s story make a statement about today’s society? b. sceince fiction writers offen set storys on the future and in other planets * Science fiction writers often set stories in the future and on other planets.

Day 27 - Daily Oral Language 27. a. an inner story is when another

Day 27 - Daily Oral Language 27. a. an inner story is when another story is told by a character within the main story b. zenta was the oldest of the two disemployed workers!

Day 27 - Daily Oral Language 27. a. an inner story is when another

Day 27 - Daily Oral Language 27. a. an inner story is when another story is told by a character within the main story An inner story is another story told by a character within the main story. b. zenta was the oldest of the two disemployed workers! Zenta was the older of the two unemployed workers.

Day 28 - Daily Oral Language 28. a. was you disappointed that him and

Day 28 - Daily Oral Language 28. a. was you disappointed that him and the Samurai Warrior wasn’t actully asleep for fifety years b. him and his boss was angry yet releived

Day 28 - Daily Oral Language 28. a. was you disappointed that him and

Day 28 - Daily Oral Language 28. a. was you disappointed that him and the Samurai Warrior wasn’t actully asleep for fifety years Were you disappointed that he and the samurai warrior weren’t actually asleep for fifty years? b. him and his boss was angry yet releived He and his boss were angry yet relieved.

Day 29 - Daily Oral Language 29. a. in the 16 th Century in

Day 29 - Daily Oral Language 29. a. in the 16 th Century in japan wealthy people often hire freelance warriors to protect themselves b. while Framton Nuttel waited, vera gave him a compleat history of her family

Day 29 - Daily Oral Language 29. a. in the 16 th Century in

Day 29 - Daily Oral Language 29. a. in the 16 th Century in japan wealthy people often hire freelance warriors to protect themselves In the sixteenth century in Japan, wealthy people often hired freelance warriors to protect them. b. while Framton Nuttel waited, vera gave him a compleat history of her family While Framton Nuttel waited, Vera gave him a complete history of her family.

Day 30 - Daily Oral Language 30. a. the antidotes harold tells show that

Day 30 - Daily Oral Language 30. a. the antidotes harold tells show that he has a goodly sense of humor b. even though his humor is good he gets anoyed by peoples insensitivity

Day 30 - Daily Oral Language 30. a. the antidotes harold tells show that

Day 30 - Daily Oral Language 30. a. the antidotes harold tells show that he has a goodly sense of humor The anecdotes Harold tells show that he has a good sense of humor. b. even though his humor is good he gets anoyed by peoples insensitivity Even though his sense of humor is good, he is annoyed by people’s insensitivity.

Day 31 - Daily Oral Language 31. a. no doctor couldn’t save the rich

Day 31 - Daily Oral Language 31. a. no doctor couldn’t save the rich mans eye’s sight b. the old peddlars wife and children wasn’t happy when he went away

Day 31 - Daily Oral Language 31. a. no doctor couldn’t save the rich

Day 31 - Daily Oral Language 31. a. no doctor couldn’t save the rich mans eye’s sight No doctor could save the rich man’s eyesight. b. the old peddlars wife and children wasn’t happy when he went away The old peddler’s wife and children weren’t happy when he went away.

Day 32 - Daily Oral Language 32. a. did the water level raise the

Day 32 - Daily Oral Language 32. a. did the water level raise the teacher ask

Day 32 - Daily Oral Language 32. a. did the water level raise the

Day 32 - Daily Oral Language 32. a. did the water level raise the teacher ask “Did the water level rise? ” the teacher asked.

Day 33 - Daily Oral Language 33. a. since we share this environment you

Day 33 - Daily Oral Language 33. a. since we share this environment you and me must work together b. like the peddler in the folk tale, gary paulsen learnt wisdom from animals

Day 33 - Daily Oral Language 33. a. since we share this environment you

Day 33 - Daily Oral Language 33. a. since we share this environment you and me must work together Since we share this environment, you and I must work together. b. like the peddler in the folk tale, gary paulsen learnt wisdom from animals Like the peddler in the folk tale, Gary Paulsen learned wisdom from animals.

Day 34 - Daily Oral Language 34. a. his dogs was too tirred too

Day 34 - Daily Oral Language 34. a. his dogs was too tirred too run b. the water in the cup had froze

Day 34 - Daily Oral Language 34. a. his dogs was too tirred too

Day 34 - Daily Oral Language 34. a. his dogs was too tirred too run His dogs were too tired to run. b. the water in the cup had froze The water in the cup had frozen.

Day 35 - Daily Oral Language 35. a. yesterday birdfoots grandfather stopped his car

Day 35 - Daily Oral Language 35. a. yesterday birdfoots grandfather stopped his car and saves much frogs lives b. along time ago my Father braked his leg

Day 35 - Daily Oral Language 35. a. yesterday birdfoots grandfather stopped his car

Day 35 - Daily Oral Language 35. a. yesterday birdfoots grandfather stopped his car and saves much frogs lives Yesterday Birdfoot’s grandfather stopped his car and saved many frogs’ lives. b. along time ago my Father braked his leg A long time ago my father broke his leg.

Day 36 - Daily Oral Language 36. a. the Iditarod are a famous dog-sled

Day 36 - Daily Oral Language 36. a. the Iditarod are a famous dog-sled race at Alaska b. where’s them dogs at

Day 36 - Daily Oral Language 36. a. the Iditarod are a famous dog-sled

Day 36 - Daily Oral Language 36. a. the Iditarod are a famous dog-sled race at Alaska The Iditarod is a famous dog-sled race in Alaska. b. where’s them dogs at Where are those dogs?

Day 37 - Daily Oral Language 37. a. dolphins is not fish they are

Day 37 - Daily Oral Language 37. a. dolphins is not fish they are mammals b. are dolphins more smarter then chimpanzees

Day 37 - Daily Oral Language 37. a. dolphins is not fish they are

Day 37 - Daily Oral Language 37. a. dolphins is not fish they are mammals Dolphins are not fish; they are mammals. b. are dolphins more smarter then chimpanzees Are dolphins smarter than chimpanzees?

Day 38 - Daily Oral Language 38. a. if you were a dolphin would

Day 38 - Daily Oral Language 38. a. if you were a dolphin would you talked to human beins b. anyone which is a vegetarian don’t eat meat

Day 38 - Daily Oral Language 38. a. if you were a dolphin would

Day 38 - Daily Oral Language 38. a. if you were a dolphin would you talked to human beins If you were a dolphin, would you talk to human beings? • anyone which is a vegetarian don’t eat meat Anyone who is a vegetarian doesn’t eat meat.

Day 39 - Daily Oral Language 39. a. there’s many books magazines newspapers and

Day 39 - Daily Oral Language 39. a. there’s many books magazines newspapers and computers in you’re school libery b. on weekdays during the school year us students wake up early

Day 39 - Daily Oral Language 39. a. there’s many books magazines newspapers and

Day 39 - Daily Oral Language 39. a. there’s many books magazines newspapers and computers in you’re school libery There are many books, magazines, newspapers, and computers in your school library. b. on weekdays during the school year us students wake up early On weekdays during the school year, we students wake up early.

Day 40 - Daily Oral Language 40. a. jamal forgetted his pencils again so

Day 40 - Daily Oral Language 40. a. jamal forgetted his pencils again so he loaned some from rita and i b. a poet from Laguna Pueblo teachs Writing at the university of New Mexico

Day 40 - Daily Oral Language 40. a. jamal forgetted his pencils again so

Day 40 - Daily Oral Language 40. a. jamal forgetted his pencils again so he loaned some from rita and i Jamal forgot his pencils again, so he borrowed some from Rita and me. b. a poet from Laguna Pueblo teachs Writing at the university of New Mexico A poet from Laguna Pueblo teaches writing at the University of New Mexico.

Day 41 - Daily Oral Language 41. a. whose that pets owner b. whose

Day 41 - Daily Oral Language 41. a. whose that pets owner b. whose pet is inside of mr hart room

Day 41 - Daily Oral Language 41. a. whose that pets owner Who’s that

Day 41 - Daily Oral Language 41. a. whose that pets owner Who’s that pet’s owner? b. whose pet is inside of mr hart room Whose pet is in Mr. Hart’s room?

Day 42 - Daily Oral Language 42. a. we are not fighting shouted mr

Day 42 - Daily Oral Language 42. a. we are not fighting shouted mr O’Daniel we are having a discussion b. “we have potatoes for diner tonite mary announced cheerful

Day 42 - Daily Oral Language 42. a. we are not fighting shouted mr

Day 42 - Daily Oral Language 42. a. we are not fighting shouted mr O’Daniel we are having a discussion “We are not fighting!” shouted Mr. O’Daniel. “We are having a discussion. ” b. “we have potatos for diner tonite mary announced cheerful “We have potatoes for dinner tonight, ” Mary announced cheerfully.

Day 43 - Daily Oral Language 43. a. the family eat at 630 PM

Day 43 - Daily Oral Language 43. a. the family eat at 630 PM b. daniel who turn sixteen in june is a only child

Day 43 - Daily Oral Language 43. a. the family eat at 630 PM

Day 43 - Daily Oral Language 43. a. the family eat at 630 PM The family eats at 6: 30 P. M. b. daniel who turn sixteen in june is a only child Daniel, who turns sixteen in June, is an only child.

Day 44 - Daily Oral Language 44. a. her and her mother doesnt understand

Day 44 - Daily Oral Language 44. a. her and her mother doesnt understand each other good b. does most people hide thier diarys somewheres

Day 44 - Daily Oral Language 44. a. her and her mother doesnt understand

Day 44 - Daily Oral Language 44. a. her and her mother doesnt understand each other good She and her mother don’t understand each other well. b. does most people hide their diarys somewheres Do most people hide their diaries somewhere?

Day 45 - Daily Oral Language 45. a. sit down please mr franklin said

Day 45 - Daily Oral Language 45. a. sit down please mr franklin said quieter b. mrs franklin divides theyre portions fair

Day 45 - Daily Oral Language 45. a. sit down please mr franklin said

Day 45 - Daily Oral Language 45. a. sit down please mr franklin said quieter “Sit down, please, ” Mr. Franklin said quietly. b. mrs franklin divides theyre portions fair Mrs. Franklin divides their portions fairly.

Day 46 - Daily Oral Language 46. a. the book with the stripe cover

Day 46 - Daily Oral Language 46. a. the book with the stripe cover is her’s b. peter put hisself in his fathers position and feeled embarassed for he

Day 46 - Daily Oral Language 46. a. the book with the stripe cover

Day 46 - Daily Oral Language 46. a. the book with the stripe cover is her’s The book with the striped cover is hers. b. peter put hisself in his fathers position and feeled embarassed for he Peter put himself in his father’s position and felt embarrassed for him.

Day 47 - Daily Oral Language 47. a. during world war 2 the nazis

Day 47 - Daily Oral Language 47. a. during world war 2 the nazis orderred all jewish people to sow yellow Stars of David on theyre cloths b. Hanukkah a festive jewish holliday lasts eigt days

Day 47 - Daily Oral Language 47. a. during world war 2 the nazis

Day 47 - Daily Oral Language 47. a. during world war 2 the nazis orderred all jewish people to sow yellow Stars of David on theyre cloths During World War II the Nazis ordered all Jewish people to sew yellow Stars of David on their clothes. a. Hanukkah a festive jewish holliday lasts eigt days Hanukkah, a festive Jewish holiday, lasts eight days.

Day 48 - Daily Oral Language 48. a. that coat must of costed a

Day 48 - Daily Oral Language 48. a. that coat must of costed a fortune b. mr kraler and gary they works downstairs

Day 48 - Daily Oral Language 48. a. that coat must of costed a

Day 48 - Daily Oral Language 48. a. that coat must of costed a fortune That coat must have cost a fortune. b. mr kraler and gary they works downstairs Mr. Kraler and Gary work downstairs.

Day 49 - Daily Oral Language 49. a. the play the diary of anne

Day 49 - Daily Oral Language 49. a. the play the diary of anne frank opened on broadway in 1955 – just a deccade after its real-life herone dies

Day 49 - Daily Oral Language 49. a. the play the diary of anne

Day 49 - Daily Oral Language 49. a. the play the diary of anne frank opened on broadway in 1955 – just a deccade after its real-life herone dies The play The Diary of Anne Frank opened on Broadway in 1955 – just a decade after its real-life heroine died.

Day 50 - Daily Oral Language 50. a. i heard where a reporter interviewed

Day 50 - Daily Oral Language 50. a. i heard where a reporter interviewed naomi’s grandmother which is a survivor of the holocaust in europe b. she pored tea for her visitor, but didnt offer him no cake

Day 50 - Daily Oral Language 50. a. i heard where a reporter interviewed

Day 50 - Daily Oral Language 50. a. i heard where a reporter interviewed naomi’s grandmother which is a survivor of the holocaust in europe I heard that a reporter interviewed Naomi’s grandmother, who is a survivor of the Holocuast in Europe. b. she pored tea for her visitor, but didnt offer him no cake She poured tea for her visitor but didn’t offer him any cake.

Day 51 - Daily Oral Language 51. a. juan saw a scary monster that

Day 51 - Daily Oral Language 51. a. juan saw a scary monster that was fourty four foot tall b. at what heighth do you want them bookshelfs

Day 51 - Daily Oral Language 51. a. juan saw a scary monster that

Day 51 - Daily Oral Language 51. a. juan saw a scary monster that was fourty four foot tall Juan saw a scary monster that was forty-four feet tall. b. at what heighth do you want them bookshelfs At what height do you want those bookshelves?

Day 52 - Daily Oral Language 52. a. marisa’s only sister jasmine is as

Day 52 - Daily Oral Language 52. a. marisa’s only sister jasmine is as cureous as a Cat b. what a relief! jackie exlamed

Day 52 - Daily Oral Language 52. a. marisa’s only sister jasmine is as

Day 52 - Daily Oral Language 52. a. marisa’s only sister jasmine is as cureous as a Cat Marisa’s only sister, Jasmine, is as curious as a cat. b. what a relief! jackie exlamed “What a relief!” Jackie exclaimed.

Day 53 - Daily Oral Language 53. a. ms jackson stared at leslies messy

Day 53 - Daily Oral Language 53. a. ms jackson stared at leslies messy desk in unbelief b. “of all the students in the eigth grade, she said, david is the less noisier”

Day 53 - Daily Oral Language 53. a. ms jackson stared at leslies messy

Day 53 - Daily Oral Language 53. a. ms jackson stared at leslies messy desk in unbelief Ms. Jackson stared at Leslie’s messy desk in disbelief. b. “of all the students in the eigth grade, she said, david is the less noisier” “Of all the students in the eighth grade, ” she said, “David is the least noisy. ”

Day 54 - Daily Oral Language 54. a. everyone know that ebenezer dorset is

Day 54 - Daily Oral Language 54. a. everyone know that ebenezer dorset is the most wealthiest most stingiest and most meanest person in town b. its coldest in the artic than the tropics

Day 54 - Daily Oral Language 54. a. everyone know that ebenezer dorset is

Day 54 - Daily Oral Language 54. a. everyone know that ebenezer dorset is the most wealthiest most stingiest and most meanest person in town Everyone knows that Ebenezer Dorset is the wealthiest, most stingiest, and meanest person in town. b. its coldest in the artic than the tropics It’s colder in the Arctic than in the tropics.

Day 55 - Daily Oral Language 55. a. in a period of only 10

Day 55 - Daily Oral Language 55. a. in a period of only 10 minutes bill and joe finish the inventory last night b. the criminals stealed $2 million but were catched immedately

Day 55 - Daily Oral Language 55. a. in a period of only 10

Day 55 - Daily Oral Language 55. a. in a period of only 10 minutes bill and joe finish the inventory last night In a period of only ten minutes, Bill and Joe finished the inventory last night. b. the criminals stealed $2 million but were catched immedately The criminals stole two million dollars but were caught immediately.

Day 56 - Daily Oral Language 56. a. her and julius lester the writer

Day 56 - Daily Oral Language 56. a. her and julius lester the writer was born in missouri b. you and me don’t hardly have enough time to finish her job

Day 56 - Daily Oral Language 56. a. her and julius lester the writer

Day 56 - Daily Oral Language 56. a. her and julius lester the writer was born in missouri She and Julius Lester, the writer, were born in Missouri. b. you and me don’t hardly have enough time to finish her job You and I don’t have enough time to finish the job.

Day 57 - Daily Oral Language 57. a. rhythm isnt the same as ryme

Day 57 - Daily Oral Language 57. a. rhythm isnt the same as ryme veronica b. mitchell can you give the class an example of a ryme sceme

Day 57 - Daily Oral Language 57. a. rhythm isnt the same as ryme

Day 57 - Daily Oral Language 57. a. rhythm isnt the same as ryme veronica Rhythm isn’t the same as rhyme, Veronica. b. mitchell can you give the class an example of a ryme sceme Mitchell, can you give the class an example of a rhyme scheme?

Day 58 - Daily Oral Language 58. a. in those boxs is crazy qilts

Day 58 - Daily Oral Language 58. a. in those boxs is crazy qilts and other specail things b. bread butter and milk is all i need

Day 58 - Daily Oral Language 58. a. in those boxs is crazy qilts

Day 58 - Daily Oral Language 58. a. in those boxs is crazy qilts and other specail things In those boxes are crazy quilts and other special things. b. bread butter and milk is all i need Bread, butter, and milk are all I need.

Day 59 - Daily Oral Language 59. a. at the public libery where she

Day 59 - Daily Oral Language 59. a. at the public libery where she formerly work, jackie torrence enertained children by telling storys b. her bestest frend talked her into bying that peace of jewlry for twenty-five dollar

Day 59 - Daily Oral Language 59. a. at the public libery where she

Day 59 - Daily Oral Language 59. a. at the public libery where she formerly work, jackie torrence enertained children by telling storys At the public library where she formerly worked, Jackie Torrence entertained children by telling stories. b. her bestest frend talked her into bying that peace of jewlry for twenty-five dollar Her best friend talked her into buying that piece of jewelry for twenty-five dollars. *Do academic log if done early!!!

Day 60 - Daily Oral Language 60. a. johnny a boy with freckels and

Day 60 - Daily Oral Language 60. a. johnny a boy with freckels and red hair lives at alabama b. somebody should learn charles some manners mrs yee said at her neibor

Day 60 - Daily Oral Language 60. a. johnny a boy with freckels and

Day 60 - Daily Oral Language 60. a. johnny a boy with freckels and red hair lives at alabama Johnny, a boy with freckles and red hair, lives in Alabama. b. somebody should learn charles some manners mrs yee said at her neibor “Somebody should teach Charles some manners, ” Mrs. Yee said to her neighbor.

Day 61 - Daily Oral Language 61. a. a well-nown orater, daniel webster had

Day 61 - Daily Oral Language 61. a. a well-nown orater, daniel webster had gave many rememberable speechs b. altho he had spoke eloquent, nobody believed he would beat his oponent

Day 61 - Daily Oral Language 61. a. a well-nown orater, daniel webster had

Day 61 - Daily Oral Language 61. a. a well-nown orater, daniel webster had gave many rememberable speechs A well-known orator, Daniel Webster gave many memorable speeches. b. altho he had spoke eloquent, nobody believed he would beat his oponent Although he had spoken eloquently, nobody believed he would beat his opponent.

Day 62 - Daily Oral Language 62. a. i just want to go back

Day 62 - Daily Oral Language 62. a. i just want to go back the womans brother protested b. to many people had risked them lives for her

Day 62 - Daily Oral Language 62. a. i just want to go back

Day 62 - Daily Oral Language 62. a. i just want to go back the womans brother protested “I just want to go back, ” the woman’s brother protested. b. to many people had risked them lives for her Too many people had risked their lives for her.

Day 63 - Daily Oral Language 63. a. the Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

Day 63 - Daily Oral Language 63. a. the Man Who Shot Liberty Valance a story by dorothy m johnson was made into a popular film b. the group sleeped during the day and travel at nite

Day 63 - Daily Oral Language 63. a. the Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

Day 63 - Daily Oral Language 63. a. the Man Who Shot Liberty Valance a story by dorothy m johnson was made into a popular film “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, ” a story by Dorothy M. Johnson, was made into a popular film. b. the group sleeped during the day and travel at nite The group slept during the day and traveled at night.

Day 64 - Daily Oral Language 64. a. here is an apple and some

Day 64 - Daily Oral Language 64. a. here is an apple and some peachs for your journy b. the jury of 12 villans in that story were frightning to many readers

Day 64 - Daily Oral Language 64. a. here is an apple and some

Day 64 - Daily Oral Language 64. a. here is an apple and some peachs for your journy Here an apple and some peaches for your journey. b. the jury of 12 villans in that story were frightning to many readers The jury of twelve villains in that story was frightening to many readers.

Day 65 - Daily Oral Language 65. a. like many of henry wadsworth longfellows

Day 65 - Daily Oral Language 65. a. like many of henry wadsworth longfellows poems Paul Reveres Ride was inspired by real people and events b. weather found in greeting cards songs or poems rhythm comes from the paterning of elements

Day 65 - Daily Oral Language 65. a. like many of henry wadsworth longfellows

Day 65 - Daily Oral Language 65. a. like many of henry wadsworth longfellows poems Paul Reveres Ride was inspired by real people and events Like many of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poems, “Paul Revere’s Ride” was inpired by real people and events. a. weather found in greeting cards songs or poems rhythm comes from the paterning of elements Whether found in greeting cards, songs, or poems, rhythm comes from the patterning of elements.

Day 66 - Daily Oral Language 66. a. if all sentences are the same

Day 66 - Daily Oral Language 66. a. if all sentences are the same lenth the affect can be monotanis and boring b. the hungary sparrows chirrped because there wasn’t no food left

Day 66 - Daily Oral Language 66. a. if all sentences are the same

Day 66 - Daily Oral Language 66. a. if all sentences are the same lenth the affect can be monotanis and boring If all sentences are the same length, the effect can be monotonous and boring. b. the hungary sparrows chirrped because there wasn’t no food left The hungry sparrows chirped because there was no food left.

Day 67 - Daily Oral Language 67. a. free verse is a type of

Day 67 - Daily Oral Language 67. a. free verse is a type of poetry that don’t ryme b. mary and me was worryed that the mushroom would be poisinous

Day 67 - Daily Oral Language 67. a. free verse is a type of

Day 67 - Daily Oral Language 67. a. free verse is a type of poetry that don’t ryme Free verse is a type of poetry that doesn’t rhyme. b. mary and me was worryed that the mushroom would be poisinous Mary and I worried that the mushroom would be poisonous.

Day 68 - Daily Oral Language 68. a. leroys argument was gooder than jakes

Day 68 - Daily Oral Language 68. a. leroys argument was gooder than jakes b. not one of the lawyers appeals were sucessful

Day 68 - Daily Oral Language 68. a. leroys argument was gooder than jakes

Day 68 - Daily Oral Language 68. a. leroys argument was gooder than jakes Leroy’s argument was better than Jake’s. b. not one of the lawyers appeals were sucessful Not one of the lawyer’s appeals was successful.

Day 69 - Daily Oral Language 69. a. how is toby and sarah going

Day 69 - Daily Oral Language 69. a. how is toby and sarah going to excape b. cerial are there favorate breakfuss food

Day 69 - Daily Oral Language 69. a. how is toby and sarah going

Day 69 - Daily Oral Language 69. a. how is toby and sarah going to excape How are Toby and Sarah going to escape? b. cerial are there favorate breakfuss food Cereal is their favorite breakfast food.

Day 70 - Daily Oral Language 70. a. gregory the grate and his assistent

Day 70 - Daily Oral Language 70. a. gregory the grate and his assistent will perform a majic show at the comunnity center on satursday b. fans who saw Casey at bat was probably disapointed by their hero

Day 70 - Daily Oral Language 70. a. gregory the grate and his assistent

Day 70 - Daily Oral Language 70. a. gregory the grate and his assistent will perform a majic show at the comunnity center satursday Gregory the Great and his assistant will perform a magic show at the community center on Saturday. a. fans who saw Casey at bat was probably disapointed by their hero Fans who saw Casey at bat were probably disappointed by their hero.

Day 71 - Daily Oral Language 71. a. president lincoln gave a speech in

Day 71 - Daily Oral Language 71. a. president lincoln gave a speech in gettysburg PA on Nov. 19 1863 b. the emancipation proclaimation lead to the adopting of the 13 th amendment, which outlawed slavery

Day 71 - Daily Oral Language 71. a. president lincoln gave a speech in

Day 71 - Daily Oral Language 71. a. president lincoln gave a speech in gettysburg PA on Nov. 19 1863 President Lincoln gave a speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on November 19, 1863. b. the emancipation proclaimation lead to the adopting of the 13 th amendment, which outlawed slavery The Emancipation Proclamation led to the adoption of the Thirteenth Amendment, which outlawed slavery.

Day 72 - Daily Oral Language 72. a. 87 is another way of saying

Day 72 - Daily Oral Language 72. a. 87 is another way of saying fore score and seven b. part of the battelfield became a cematary

Day 72 - Daily Oral Language 72. a. 87 is another way of saying

Day 72 - Daily Oral Language 72. a. 87 is another way of saying fore score and seven Eighty-seven is another way of saying four score and seven. b. part of the battelfield became a cematary Part of the battlefield became a cemetery.

Day 73 - Daily Oral Language 73. a. dr. martin luther king jr was

Day 73 - Daily Oral Language 73. a. dr. martin luther king jr was assasinated abraham lincoln was killed also b. its easier to use many words then being brief and too the point

Day 73 - Daily Oral Language 73. a. dr. martin luther king jr was

Day 73 - Daily Oral Language 73. a. dr. martin luther king jr was assasinated abraham lincoln was killed also Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. , was assassinated; Abraham Lincoln was killed also. b. its easier to use many words then being brief and too the point It’s easier to use many words than to be brief and to the point.

Day 74 - Daily Oral Language 74. a. maria speak spanish and english however

Day 74 - Daily Oral Language 74. a. maria speak spanish and english however her brother knows three languages english spanish and french b. neither are ready

Day 74 - Daily Oral Language 74. a. maria speak spanish and english however

Day 74 - Daily Oral Language 74. a. maria speak spanish and english however her brother knows three languages english spanish and french Maria speaks Spanish and English; however, her brother knows three languagues: English, Spanish, and French. b. neither are ready Neither is ready.

Day 75 - Daily Oral Language 75. a. him and roberto was sharing a

Day 75 - Daily Oral Language 75. a. him and roberto was sharing a room for the summer b. each of the children read the book a woman called moses

Day 75 - Daily Oral Language 75. a. him and roberto was sharing a

Day 75 - Daily Oral Language 75. a. him and roberto was sharing a room for the summer He and Roberto were sharing a room for the summer. b. each of the children read the book a woman called moses Each of the children read the book A Woman Called Moses.

Day 76 - Daily Oral Language 76. a. will there be enuff beans and

Day 76 - Daily Oral Language 76. a. will there be enuff beans and rice for everbody asked Ms Moore b. i spended a hundred dollar for this here giutar daniel said

Day 76 - Daily Oral Language 76. a. will there be enuff beans and

Day 76 - Daily Oral Language 76. a. will there be enuff beans and rice for everbody asked Ms Moore “Will there be enough beans and rice for everybody? ” asked Ms. Moore. b. i spended a hundred dollar for this here giutar daniel said “I spent a hundred dollars for this guitar, ” Daniel said.

Day 77 - Daily Oral Language 77. a. pat who was rased on a

Day 77 - Daily Oral Language 77. a. pat who was rased on a sioux reservation studys american indian foke art b. whom creates stereotypes

Day 77 - Daily Oral Language 77. a. pat who was rased on a

Day 77 - Daily Oral Language 77. a. pat who was rased on a sioux reservation studys american indian foke art Pat, who was raised on a Sioux reservation, studies American Indian folk art. b. whom creates stereotypes Who creates stereotypes?

Day 78 - Daily Oral Language 78. a. there apartement consisted of one long

Day 78 - Daily Oral Language 78. a. there apartement consisted of one long bleak room with a single window b. with jeffrey and tommy monica have started a magizine

Day 78 - Daily Oral Language 78. a. there apartement consisted of one long

Day 78 - Daily Oral Language 78. a. there apartement consisted of one long bleak room with a single window Their apartment consisted of one long, bleak room with a single window. b. with jeffrey and tommy monica have started a magizine With Jeffrey and Tommy, Monica has started a magazine.

Day 79 - Daily Oral Language 79. a. josephine told diane i was so

Day 79 - Daily Oral Language 79. a. josephine told diane i was so inspired by the haiku we read in class that i went home and write one of my own b. i wrote a long journal entry about the trees in blossom she went on then i cross out words until the words i have left over made a haiku

Day 79 - Daily Oral Language 79. Note. (change b. sentence to two sentences)

Day 79 - Daily Oral Language 79. Note. (change b. sentence to two sentences) a. josephine told diane i was so inspired by the haiku we read in class that i went home and write one of my own Josephine told Diane, “I was so inspired by the haiku we read in class that I went home and wrote one of my own. ” b. i wrote a long journal entry about the trees in blossom she went on then i cross out words until the words i have left over made a haiku “I wrote a long journal entry about the trees in blossom, ” she went on. “Then I crossed out words until the words I had left over made a haiku. ”

Day 80 - Daily Oral Language 80. a. harry and him picked grapes in

Day 80 - Daily Oral Language 80. a. harry and him picked grapes in the hot sun all week long b. His mussels was so sore that he couldn’t hardly move

Day 80 - Daily Oral Language 80. a. harry and him picked grapes in

Day 80 - Daily Oral Language 80. a. harry and him picked grapes in the hot sun all week long Harry and he picked grapes in the hot sun all week long. b. His mussels was so sore that he couldn’t hardly move His muscles were so sore that he could hardly move.

Day 81 - Daily Oral Language 81. a. “be still while I braide your

Day 81 - Daily Oral Language 81. a. “be still while I braide your hair Mathilda said her granmother b. heres the brush but wheres the comb at

Day 81 - Daily Oral Language 81. a. “be still while I braide your

Day 81 - Daily Oral Language 81. a. “be still while I braide your hair Mathilda said her granmother “Be still while I braid your hair, Mathilda, ” said her grandmother. b. heres the brush but wheres the comb at Here’s the brush, but where’s the comb?

Day 82 - Daily Oral Language 82. a. he didn’t tell me what he

Day 82 - Daily Oral Language 82. a. he didn’t tell me what he wants to do yesterday b. when i spoke to him he seems to be confused about his plans

Day 82 - Daily Oral Language 82. a. he didn’t tell me what he

Day 82 - Daily Oral Language 82. a. he didn’t tell me what he wants to do yesterday He didn’t tell me what he wanted to do yesterday. b. when i spoke to him he seems to be confused about his plans When I spoke to him, he seemed to be confused about his plans.

Day 83 - Daily Oral Language 83. a. satire may be a good tool

Day 83 - Daily Oral Language 83. a. satire may be a good tool for mark twain but i find it hard to follow b. satirists often resort to exaggeration i think overstatement is a sign of not having any concrete facts to use as support

Day 83 - Daily Oral Language 83. a. satire may be a good tool

Day 83 - Daily Oral Language 83. a. satire may be a good tool for mark twain but i find it hard to follow Satire may be a good tool for Mark Twain, but I find it hard to follow. b. satirists often resort to exaggeration i think overstatement is a sign of not having any concrete facts to use as support Satirists often resort to exaggeration; I think overstatement is a sign of not having any concrete facts to use as support.